Monitoring HIV prevention, care, and treatment indicators in Malawi’s One Community program
USAID/Malawi is supporting the five-year One Community (One-C) program (2015–2020), implemented by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Communications Program (JHU-CCP), with Plan International and Project HOPE. One-C, being implemented in eight districts in the southern region of Malawi, is a community-based program that seeks to increase utilization of HIV prevention, care, and treatment services among high-risk populations, improve linkages to services at the community level, and encourage the adoption of HIV risk reduction behaviors.
This brief highlights key quantitative findings from the monitoring activity. The purpose of this Project SOAR activity—conducted by the Population Council in collaboration with the University of Malawi College of Medicine—was to monitor key HIV prevention, care, and treatment outcomes among populations who are targeted by the One-C program, including orphans and vulnerable children and their caregivers, out-of-school adolescent girls and young women, and other vulnerable populations, including fishermen, estate workers, and market vendors.Download Brief